Education

Mayor Bill de Blasio enjoys lunch with students at school.
Charter schools may be neglected, but teacher evaluations and mayoral control are back on the agenda.
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The school aid New York was ordered to provide a decade ago could arrive next year.
Why newly empowered Democrats will fight to increase school funding in the upcoming budget.
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United Federation of Teachers President Michael Mulgrew, New York City Councilman Mark Treyger, Chalkbeat reporter Alex Zimmerman, State Department of Education Commissioner MaryEllen Elia.
Education Commissioner MaryEllen Elia and Assembly Higher Education Chairwoman Deborah Glick explain.
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New York City Schools Chancellor Richard Corranza speaks at City & State's Education Summit.
Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza and City Councilman Mark Treyger weigh in.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio announces his plan to revise the admissions process for New York City's specialized high schools.
Will de Blasio’s plan to eliminate the entrance exam make education fairer for minorities?
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New York Senator Simcha Felder
From yeshiva oversight to speed cameras outside schools, the Brooklyn lawmaker is driving the debate.
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Angry teacher
The state teachers union is targeting the lawmakers who failed them during session.
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The real issue is admission to the rest of the city’s high schools
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State Sen. Marisol Alcantara and the United Federation of Teachers Bring New Resources to Washington Heights
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